Rainbow Home Care Services
Rainbow Home Care Services offer a bespoke home care service to people in Watford and the surrounding areas. A family run business, they place the people they work with at the heart of everything they do, and are dedicated to delivering care that empowers people, improves their lives, and gives them the independence to continue living in the comfort of their own homes.
All care plans are completely personalised. This means that the team of care professionals work hard to understand the needs of each person they work with and develop a programme specifically tailored to them. Over time, care plans will be reviewed, ensuring they continue to meet the needs of the person and to take into account any requests or preferences.
The team are not only highly trained, but they are also warm and friendly too. They understand that inviting people into your home can be a daunting task. They will work with the service user and their loved ones to make sure everybody is happy and comfortable at all times
Areas: Watford, Abbots Langley, Chorleywood, Rickmansworth, Bushey, Borehamwood, Radlett, Shenley
Languages: English, Romanian, Hindi
Last Updated: 8th January, 2024
Quality recognition and indicator awards
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Registered with the care regulator for England
Disclosure and barring check:
- all workers (in eligible roles)
- all volunteers (in eligible roles)
Award or recognition:
Nominee for the Outstanding Support at Home Award by Hertfordshire Care Providers Association 2023.
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